January 25, 2018 - People today find themselves always seeming to be short of time. Short of the time needed to get everything of the day done, as they would like.
Even for the most devout it seems so hard to make time for stopping and giving time to the Lord God. Giving time to sit and commune with God, time to devote to the study of the Words of God written in the Bible’s of today.
January 17, 2018 - Man enters into this world searching for something more that he cannot see nor feel. Something more than he has. Something more than he knows.
This quest for more is instilled in each of us from before we are born until we either find the answer or we come to the end of our earthly life.
On whom or what we base our individual life’s search depends the outcome of our search and our destiny.
January 9, 2018 - Are you ready for the coming of the Lord? If he comes this morning will you welcome him or will you try to hide from him knowing that you are not prepared to stand before him in judgement?
Those are hard questions that each must ask of himself for the day is coming when the Lord will come and call his own to him, will you be in that group, or, will you be left in the much larger group to face the Great Tribulation?
December 27, 2017 - As we approach this new year please allow me to speak to you about abiding in the Lord. Let us all be resolute in our determination to abide in the Lord in 2018 and beyond.
All throughout the Bible we read about (abiding). The dictionary says the word (abiding) means; “to have one’s abode, to stay, to continue, to have a relationship”. So, the word means we are to have a relationship in or with whatever we are to abide in.
December 20, 2017 - When God made the first two people, Adam and Eve, he placed them in the Garden of Eden with only one rule.
“And the Lord God commanded the man, saying; “you may surely eat of every tree of the garden, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.” (Genesis 2:16-17)
Now we know that Adam and Eve did indeed eat from the tree, committing the very first sin on earth. As punishment for this original sin God drove them from the garden, never to return.